Buses from Prague to Brno are a good alternative to taking a train or driving when you are visiting the Czech Republic.
The best services on this route are run by Student Agency. Student Agency buses are clean and offer free WiFi, movies, and air conditioning. Their coaches are bright yellow and hard to miss.
On this particular route, the company runs the “Fun & Relax Coach”, which features power outlets, individual touch screens, and complimentary newspapers, magazines, and refreshments.
Buses leave from the Florenc bus station in Prague (Metro: Florenc on Lines B and C). They arrive at a bus stop in Brno near the Grandhotel.
Coaches run daily from 00:30 until 21:00, so you can travel at any time that is convenient for you. Most services depart Prague every hour on the hour and half hour.
The driving time on buses from Prague to Brno ranges from 2 hours and 30 minutes to 2 hours and 45 minutes. The journey can take longer if there is traffic, so keep that in mind if you have a connection to make when you arrive.
The cost of a bus ticket to Brno is 8.20 euros one-way. You can buy them online to reserve a seat on the coach of your choice.
Buses from Prague to Terezin are one of the best ways to get from the capital to the Holocaust memorial when you are visiting the Czech Republic. They’re more direct than trains, and can be easier than driving if you don’t have a car.
Buses leave from the Nadrazi Holesovice and Florenc bus stations in Prague. Both are served by the metro and trams.
The driving time from Prague to Terezin is approximately one hour, depending on traffic and road conditions. If you need to be there by a certain time, make sure to leave yourself a buffer in case of delays.
The bus makes two stops in Terezin. The first stop is at a car parking lot beside the Small Fortress and the second stop is in front of the tourist information office in Terezin’s main square.
It is best to get off the bus at the Small Fortress, tour the museums, and pick up the return bus opposite the tourist information office (next to the Ghetto Museum), which has departure times posted on the door.
Buses from Prague to Terezin run one or more times an hour in both directions until the early evening. It is best to take an early bus from Prague so that you have time to see everything in the town.
The cost of a bus ticket to Terezin is around 100 CZK each way. You can either purchase tickets at the station prior to departure or pre-book tickets at the station in Prague.
If you pre-book, you have to purchase a ticket for a specific time. Pre-booking gives you priority boarding, which is great in the peak season when buses from Prague to Terezin are crowded. If you do not pre-book, you may have to stand on the bus if it is full.
Buses from Prague to Jihlava are the best way to get from the capital to the historic town when you are visiting the Czech Republic.
Buses from Prague to Jihlava are run by several companies, most notably Student Agency. Their coaches are bright yellow and feature air conditioning and free WiFi. On this route, they run the “Fun & Relax Coach”, which features individual touch screens, power outlets, and free newspapers, magazines, and drinks.
Student Agency buses from Prague to Jihlava depart from the Florenc bus station (metro: Florenc on lines B and C). They arrive at the Jihlava central bus station, which is located just outside of the historic city center.
Buses run every two hours throughout the day from the early morning until the mid-evening, so you can travel at any time that is convenient for you.
The journey time on this route is 1 hour and 35 minutes, making the trip fast and easy.
Tickets for Student Agency buses from Prague to Jihlava cost from 5.90 euros one-way if you book online in advance.